Kobe Bryant has more money than he could spend in a lifetime. He just signed a two-year contract extension with the Lakers back in November worth upwards of $50 million. He collected more than $24 million in a single day on November 1. And even without those two forms of income, KB24 would be just fine living off his endorsement deals for the rest of his life.

With that in mind, it's no surprise to hear that he pays top dollar when it comes to basic grooming costs. But you're never going to believe how much he paid—er, or make that, Nike paid—for a haircut recently.

It seems Kobe did a photo shoot for Nike back on January 2. And prior to the photo shoot, Kobe needed a haircut. So he went and got one and then sent Nike an invoice for it. The total cost for the "grooming services"? $750. Yes, seven hundred and fifty dollars!. Plus, Nike footed the bill for a 15 percent tip to bring the grand total to $833.75. And a Nike rep told TMZ that Kobe doesn't wear makeup or anything for photo shoots "so the grooming would be primarily for hair."

Yikes. Can you imagine? Both Kobe and Nike are good for it. But still, that must have been one hell of a haircut.

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[via TMZ Sports]